The Austin Jewish Film Festival, in partnership with Great Hills Baptist Church and Kormim Texas (a local group of pro-Israel Christians), is proud to present the movie “Faithkeepers” at Great Hills Baptist Church, 10500 Jollyville Rd, Austin, TX 78759 at 7pm on Sunday November 5th (the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church).
A one-hour documentary produced by The Clarion Project, “Faithkeepers” explores the recent violence directed against Christians and other minority faiths by Islamist extremists in the Middle East and North Africa. The event will be preceded by an introduction from the movie’s Executive Producer, Richard Green of The Clarion Project. Following the screening, Mr. Green will present remarks and participate in a question and answer panel with GHBC Lead Pastor, Danny Forshee and Shalom Austin CEO, Rabbi Daniel Septimus.
This event is free and open to the public, donations accepted, no tickets required. Some material may be inappropriate for younger children. Recommended for middle school age and older.
More information about the movie, including a trailer see faithkeepers.clarionproject.org
The Austin Jewish Film Festival runs at the Regal Arbor theater from November 4th to 10th. Schedules, trailers, tickets and more information can be found at austinjff.org
Use discount code GHBC17 for 10% off any tickets or passes.